This summer, another Redland team member reached a major milestone.
Redland is helping bring new homes to the City of Brighton. Farmlore, a new residential master plan, received approval of its Planned-Unit-Development.
Kicking off the Parade of Homes, Redland associates gathered with the industry’s finest to celebrate creating great places.
With several buildings completed and residents moving in, the construction of Lofts at Red Mountain, a Redland project, is progressing well in Glenwood Springs.
A fun activity for Redlanders? Running 120 miles in less than 24 hours! On a sunny June weekend, a team of 8 Redland associates met in Snowmass, Colorado to tackle the Ragnar Trail race.
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” One of the ways we help our clients translate their ideas into visual representations is through project renderings. You could say that our three-dimensional modeling capabilities are as limitless as your imagination.
Redlanders gathered with the Denver business community to celebrate Creating Great Places at the Denver Business Journal’s Small Business Awards in Downtown Denver this May.
This Spring, the Redland office stepped away from our workstations and headed over to Project Angel Heart to give back to our community.
Did you know it’s Landscape Architecture Month? To celebrate, our landscape architects took to the streets of Denver for an urban sketch crawl.
It was a great night for Redland at the 2019 Urban Land Institute’s Impact Award ceremony as company president, Chris Pangburn, presented the Innovation award to the winner, Fifty Eight Hundred, Lakewood.